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fat. but today coca-cola came out in defense for their products. there's a new television ad it is highlighting the local reoption and pointing out there are plenty of other problems to blame for obesity problem. >> beating obesity will be taken by all of us by one simple common sense fact all calories count no matter where they come from including coca-cola and everything else with calories. if you eat and drink more calories than you burn off you will gain weight. >> they have linked sugary drinks to obesity. new york city will put a ban on large sized sugary drinks. other cities are looking at similar measures. the new ad isn't about negative obesity but addressing issues of the times. that advertisement will air tonight on several network including fox news channel. >> they are teaming up against some african terrorists with links they tell us to al qaeda. the u.s. is getting involved with the fight in a country that analysts say could be the next afghanistan. important new developments today coming up on fox news report lives tonight. ...with best-in-class combined mpg..
but the official admit militants prove to be tough foes. >> they are reacting and putting up a strong defense. it's much more than anticipated. >> there are reports that some hostages have been freed but claim that they repelled an attempt by algerian security to free the rest. people who know the militants say proceed with caution. bret? >> bret: greg palkot live in london. thank you now. find out what the american military is doing about all of this. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is live at the pentagon. jennifer,be i guess defense secretary leon panetta was asked about the americans taken hostage in algeria while he was in rome today. what did he say about it? >> well, he was quick to call it an actbe of terrorism. he said, "by all indications this is a terrorist actbe. the united states condemns the terrorists acts. it's a serious matter when americans are taken hostage along with others and i want to ensure the american people the united states will take all necessary and proper steps that are required to deal with this situation." it seems the administration learned its l
if the defense department vieds the automatic sequestration cuts in march some say the military could receive cuts. jennifer griffin explains why. a long time teacher is fired for give ago student exactly what he wanted a copy of the bible. a look at the gas prices. the national average 3.31 cents. that's unchanged from yesterday. >> welcome back. in just a few hours the house will take up a 51 billi$51 bill bill. peter king is optimistic it will pass. >> it's not going to be easy. right now i am confident the votes are there. >> some lawmakers say the bill must be stripped of money that includes project he cans unrelated to sand sy. >> brad baker was found shot to death at the farm he managed back in 1980. police say new technology and information led them to a suspect in west virginia. his name has not been released. patti ann. >> the state of the u.s. military is very much in flux. the pentagon is looking at severe budget cuts. fox news national correspondent jennifer griffin on what it could mean. >> as the pentagon faced the ke deep cuts large defense cuts are still looming. the man over
of the book last line of defense. >> good to be with you. >> last line of defense may be in the state level. >> that is thethesis of the book we have writ yen comes out on february 12th, next month. we are living with it, with the obama administration and we have another four years to go now . what we have done, successfully in some cases and not in others to fight back is to take them to court. when the environmental protection agency over steps its legal boundaries we sue them and we recently won a case of the epa that is employment prevention agency because they are so good at that. they are very good at that and our co-plaintiff was a democratic board of supervisor, biggest county of virginia where i grew up. we saved the taxpayer in fairfax county $250 million and our state department of transportation another 70 million. it was enormous win and it was an experiment by the epa, where we said and fairfax county said they are breaking the law. they said it is another way of doing what we are doing for 40 years and the court agreed with us. one of the great things about winning the federa
to assure the russians about future u.s. missile defense moves. >> it will be hadder this time. i don't see where u.s. and russian relations can go and that will be a problem foe the president starting, of course, with syria but iran is the bigger issue that remains undecided and we have gotten some russian help so far on iran but it doesn't mean we will get russian help with the next step. >> the arab spring signaled the fall of middle east leaders with whom u.s. officials had for 30 years cultivated careful relationship. >> president obama called on egypt's mubarak to step down. >> a change must take place. allocated u.s. resources to support a no-fly zone in libya leading to the killing of muammar qaddafi. but in syria, calling numerous times for bashar al-assad to step down, a civil continues there and the united states has not publicly stepped in. >> there is in doubt overall president obama's legacy toward the middle east is one of limited american actism. that is shown by how we handled egypt, libya, syria, iraq. >> there are unanswered questions of the investigation into the 9/11 at
of the attacks on one of its diplomats. he was not hurt. >>> defense secretary leon panetta says the u.s. will not send ground troops to the western african nation of mali but it will provide intelligence and logistical support as france reports they are battling islamists who have seized part of the country. al qaeda doesn't pose a immediate threat to the u.s. but add that is their ultimate objective. to give you an idea what we're talking about, al qaeda militant groups control an area in mali, larger than the state of texas. >> reporter: greg palkot following the developments from london. greg. >> reporter: secretary panetta is in europe, portugal and spain. he is he will ising out more what the u.s. role will be with france dealing with islamists in africa. on the ground in mali here are the latest figures. 800 french ground troops going up to 2500 we're told today. they're running regular airstrikes with fighter jets and assault helicopters. the u.s. transport planes could be iced to get french troops down from france to africa. u.s. tanker planes could be used to refuel those fre
-boyfriend in self-defense. the prosecution says, she did it in a jealous rage. now the trial is far from over but in the state of arizona jurors can ask questions of different witnesses during the trial. and there are some questions that have come up that are raising some eyebrows about potentially the prosecution is being successful here. faith jenkins, former prosecutor. doug burns, a criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor join us now. interesting kind of twist to this case is these jurors can ask questions. some of the questions they asked of one of the lead investigators is, when interviewing mr. hemant lakhani's roommates did they show concerned for his extended absence? did you check into their alibis? did mr. alexander have anybody else in the house. they're asking a lot of questions about that, faith. what does it mean to you? >> i was stunned when i heard about juror questions yesterday. as a prosecutor you hear questions like this, you hope, you hope it is one juror, and this is not a unanimous pool of jurors and they want to know these things. because you can't help, the d
secretary of defense leon panetta had to say in london today. >> we cannot accept attacks against our citizens in our interests abroad. neither can we accept an al-qaeda safe haven anywhere in the world. >> panetta refused to criticize the algerian security forces. some have said they were too heavy handed in their mission against the militants holding the hostages. at this very melt we're told they continue to mop up that energy facility. it had been booby trapped with mines and explosives by the militants and heather, yes, the grim death toll grows, or the fear of those deaths, anyway. the u.k., norway, and japan are now saying that 20 of their citizens are unaccounted for and feared dead. and we're waiting on word from the u.s. officials. back to you. >> heather: greg palkot live for us. we'll have much more on this coming up with a former c.i.a. operative who has participated in numerous operations in algeria. so stay tuned for that. gregg? >> gregg: and the first lady kicking off the inaugural weekend with a national day of service, doing their part at an elementary school in was
a final assault on the complex and now britain's defense secretary says the military operation appears to be over. our greg palkot is following it all live from london. how is everybody, greg. >> reporter: jamie, kelly, that's the big question right now. the algerian prime minister spoke with u.k. prime minister david cameron minutes ago and he, too, confirmed the final assault is over and there is that one report perhaps more americans were free today. and let's recount the event of today. algerian special forces stormed where the al-qaeda linked militants were finally holed up, apparently with explosives, apparently with heavy guns, and with hostages. it was a bloody scene. the algerian government says that 11 militants were killed, apparently the last militants there, but also, the seven foreign hostages were killed. now, the reuters news agency quoting a security source says that 16 foreign hostages were freed today and included in that number, two americans. but as we've noted it's not yet confirmed by washington, and or for that matter, picked up by other media agencies. one ame
. the northwest african-american nati battleground against islamic extremists. the u.s. defense secretary says the president will not be sending american troops there. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is at the pentagon tonight. >> reporter: less than two years after the french asked for u.s. help in overthrowing muammar gaddafi in libya, the french president has asked the u.s. military to help them fight again. this time, in the north african country of mali where al-qaeda appears to have set up a new base. >> we have a goal. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: the u.s. provided intelligence that the french military needed for bombing need this weekend. attempt to keep rebels infiltrated from marching toward the capitol. some analysts call mali a flat afghanistan. defense secretary leon panetta was asked during a visit to portugal if the u.s. is heading in to another war. >> there is no consideration of putting in the american boots on the ground at this time. we have commended the french for this effort to try to go in to mali. to stop the aqim. the terrorists. and members of al-qaeda
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and bacteria proliferate. ♪ protect your mouth, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. lance armstrong is olympic medalist from the 2000 games in sydney australia: oprah winfrey's cable network is record armstrong's confession he he has used performance enhancing drugs for years. doping scandal has grown over the past few weeks he has lost sponsors. he he has lost his leadership role at the cancer charity that he founded you. he lost his seven tour de france titles and lost the ability to compete in future events. trace gallagher is live in our west coast newsroom tonight. trace, is the timing here coincidental or not? >> >> well the international olympic committee says is the oprah interview had nothing to do with this or not o. the ioc began talking about stripping lance armstrong of his bronze medal in the middle of last month. first they had to wait until the international cycling union stripped him of his seven tour de france titles and then armstrong had 21 days to appeal that tho
is going to his defense the way they have. you can't read this and figure out somewhere along the line he bought in the scandal. whether he started it or not, is not the point. he bought in to it and perpetuated it. if you think of binge coz brie. everybody thought he was a great figure, played a priest. but he was a lousy father he beat his kids. we didn't find out until one of the kids wrote a book about it. >> greg: real heros are people in your life. your family. your spouses, not people on the playing field, who are millionaires and don't know you exist. >> bob: you are all are my heroes. >> greg: you are mine. >> dana: co-hosts. >> greg: i left that out. >> andrea: greg, you are my hero. is bette midler trying to blame ronald reagan for tragedies like newtown i? think so. plus hollywood heavyweight robert redford sounds off on violence in his industry. his comments might surprise you. that's next on "the five." ♪ ♪ so...how'd it go? well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different n
the trajectory. it is not 50 billion from defense spending there. it would have an impact in our capability in context with the military but the only way you get serious and change the trajectory of the debt is to have entitlement reform. >> what does that take? we are europe and finally we have to do something about it? >> i think charles's point this is a president who wouldn't be uncomfortable with gdp spending. for him the way he sees the proper role of government that doesn't seem outrageous even though the historical norm is 20 percent. it is not something that would be a problem. it drags more on the economy now h than it has at that point. you heard democrats talk about that you need another couple interesting in order to avoid the 90 percent threshold. ab september that i don't see that he is going to be the one to lead on those issues. >> second term, though, this is what we are talking about. second term. you are talking about the president he has an opportunity to do something the art sent employees have never had a chance to take a risk go big go bold. one of those things has t
series of continuing resolutions. one could be for national defense, for the whole rest of the year. one could be for the department of labor and department of housing and urban development, a few other places like that. my guess is you could cut them by 20, 30% and the average american would think that's perfectly reasonable. now, then it would be up to the senate democrats or the president to decide whether or not they were going to force a government shutdown, but i don't think that republicans should set out to have a shutdown, but they shouldn't be afraid of saying there are things we are not going to spend money on. we're going to get this budget under control, and if that requires a confrontation, then that's the price of self-government. remember, i also have to remind people, 1994 is the first republican house majority in 40 years. 1996 is the first reelected republican majority in the house since 1928. i always say to people, if the shutdown hurt us so bad, how come we were the first republicans people believed in enough to rehire in 68 years? >> i think that's an important poi
shutdown. i think they should pass pa series of continuing resolutions. one could be for national defense, for the whole rest of the year. one could be for the department of labor and department of housing and urban development, a few other places like that. my guess is you could cut them by 20, 30% and the average american would think that's perfectly reasonable. now, then it would be up to the senate democrats or the president to decide whether or not they were going to force a government shutdown, but i don't think that republicans should set out to have a shutdown, but they shouldn't be afraid of saying there are things we are not going to spend money on. we're going to get this budget under control, and if that requires a confrontation, then that's the price of self-government. remember, i also have to remind people, 1994 is the first republican house majority in 40 years. 1996 is the first reelected republican majority in the house since 1928. i always say to people, if the shutdown hurt us so bad, how come we were the first republicans people believed in enough to rehire in 68 year
national defense, are best for america and ensures our future generations have the opportunities of previous generations. >> greta: let me switch to fitch warning it may downgrade credit, the american credit if we -- if the debt ceiling isn't raised. your thought on that? >> well, it's so important that we get this debt situation under control, and i think that once again, when you consider what we're doing to our future generations, you know, our children and our grandchildren, currently who have $53,000 debt upon them. we're eroding their possibilities and their opportunities in this great society. so i think we have to have up in washington d.c., the seriousness, to look at the true problem, which is a spending problem. look at mandatory spending programs and we have to stop the exorbitant amount of spending and we have to say, finally, we're going to stop this debt and we're going to get serious, and i think that fitch is very appropriate in saying that if they don't see a curtailing of the spending, that they're going to downgrade us. >> greta: we're going to keep our eye on
the reconciliation process, they wouldn't defend the defense of marriage act. the weakened welfare, and the c contraceptive mandate. is it all unconstitutional? >> yes, and i think there's a history of this arrogance because, you know, with regard to environmental extremism, cap and trade, he couldn't get cap and trade through congress and now he's trying to do it through regulatory fiat. so, there's a lot of precedent for this. but it's been a long battle that we've been losing gradually and even republican presidents have usurped their executive privilege to exert more than the constitution gave them. and monthskew wrote there can be liberty, you have separation of powers so the powers check and balance each other and i'm very concerned about this president. fdr had a little bit of this king complex also. we had to limit fdr finally because he served so many terms that i think he would have ruled in perpetuity. i'm very concerned about this president garnering so much power and arrogance, he thinks he can do whatever he wants. >> sean: and many democrats in the senate support you and obviou
attack, from food particles and bacteria. try fixodent. it helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. (applause) >> and we're back with former speaker newt gingrich. newt, when we were talking earlier about the government shutdown, a lot of people to this day will say, oh, but the republicans, they shut the government down, it hurt a lot of people. do the republicans run the risk of a public relations nightmare if they actually create a government shutdown? >> well, first of all, i don't think we need to create a government shutdown. i think they should pass pa series of continuing resolutions. one could be for national defense, for the whole rest of the year. one could be for the department
's -- [ laughter ] >> in george stephanopoulos defense all tall people lookalike to him. still, fort rest of the morning, stephanopoulos did a very good job. right here we have venus and serena williams coming up. there is danny glover. oh, the dazzling ms. halle berry looking fine. okay, look at that there is general colin powell and his motown great diana ross and here is nba hall of famer bill russell. >> bret: it's a tough job. thanks for inviting us into your home for this "special report," fair, balanced and unafraid. >> shepard: this is the fox report. tonight, it has happened again. students running for safety after another shooting on another campus. now we know what may have started it all in houston. plus, hearing from the families of those who died in a terrorist takeover. >> it was never about -- never about money. it was never -- it was never about that. he was going to retire early. and, you know, it's hard. >> shepard: her father, one of those killed when terrorists captured this gas facility. tonight, families push for answers. >> i just want to know how my brother died.
in the nation. he's also the quarterback of the defense. he's the brains behind how they run the defense for one of the best teams in football and he's going to get duped on an internet scandal. it doesn't make sense. a girl dies. she was in a car accident allegedly she had leukemia and died. he never goes to see the familiar flifr goes to the grave site never goes to the hospital. they never skype. it just doesn't ring true. what rings a little more true is maybe, this would be very unfortunate if it's untrue. maybe he was an individual who isn't attracted to women and this was an opportunity for him to have an excuse he's in the spotlight he's a celebrity. he's expected to be surrounded with women in our society and this was a perfect way for him to push that obligation away and to go forward. unfortunately it all came crashing down a month ago notre dame knew about this a month ago and never told anybody. >> briefly because we want to get to lance. any lawsuits? >> any one including himself if he can prove he's a victim of this hoax and he can't sleep at night he has to see a sigh c psycholog
are treated like anyone else under the law. >> debt and deficit front and center he offered a vigorous defense of entitlement programs. >> we must make the hard choices to reduce the cost of healthcare and size of the deficit. we reject that they must choose between caring that built the country. >> like every president since fdr, mr. obama started his day early, with a prayer service at st. john's church. before departing the white house for the longest motorcades known to man for the rise to the capital. a star-studded affair. where else do you see paul ryan mingling with jay-z and beyonce who belted out the national anthem. >> the ceremony was over there was a stream of pomp and circumstance waiting. >> from signing papers to officially nominate the new cabinet to lunch with congressional leaders. then, of course, the parade. the first family could make the way back to the white house in that grand bulletproof review stand. yet all of that could wait because leaving the west front of the capitol, the president went off script to take in the vista of the national mall. mr. obama seemed to be
are still held. our defense secretary, leon panetta, addressed the crisis a short time ago. >> terrorists should be on notice that they will find no sanctuary, no refuge, not in algeria, not in north africa, not anywhere. jenna: the defense secretary speaking in london there. terrorists affiliated with al qaeda are holed up at that gas plant. they have been there now for three days, demanding an end to the anti-terror campaign playing out right now in neighboring mali. that big area of north africa is part of what we're seeing with this rise of al qaeda in that continent. chief washington correspondent james rosen is live in our d.c. bureau. james, we talked about this as a very fluid, very dangerous situation. what do we now know? >> reporter: jenna, good afternoon. white house officials are now saying president obama is receiving regular updates on this situation which remains as you say ongoing and sensetive. the numbers involved here have varied wildly with the latest from algeria's state news service now saying nearly 100 of 132 hostages seized have been freed. that word comes after
has learned from senior defense officials that the state department asked a fast team of marines who were being sent from rota, spain to deplane off of their plane and change out of their military aoup forms int uniforms inch and change into civilian clothes. that delayed their time. they were being tenth to tripoli, not to benge so they would not have saved any lives that night. what that indicates is reluctance to send in military help that night, and i think that is a question that secretary hillary clinton will be asked by the foreign affairs and the senate foreign affairs committee tomorrow on capitol hill. we also understand this was a decision by secretary of state clinton, and state department undersecretary of management patrick kennedy not to send a team or mobilize the counterterrorism community group or csg. these are composed of experts on terrorism across government agencies and make recommendations to the deputies who assist the president's cabinet in formulating a response to crises involving terrorism. there was an attempt from the outset it seems by officials at the
defense secretary leon panetta now calling al qaeda a cancer that the u.s. must fight back against. ambassador john bolton is wondering why he wouldn't feel that way all along about al qaeda. big questions. he will talk to us. bill: it is january, right? how about 50 degrees below zero? there is an arctic blast and a chill spreading misery to millions. how long would this last or could it last, rather? >> was to go over the pa no more. i'm just sitting here tonight. i will not play out there for five miles-an-hour. just the way life goes. ting lin, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. stress sweat is different than ordinary sweat. it smells worse. get 4x the protection against stress sweat. introducing new secret clinical strength stress response scent. get 4x the protection against stress sweat. living with moderate to se
and washington defense lawyer, bernie and ted. ted, i'm going to start with you. this woman says she has pediphobia and she's chosen the occupation of teaching. >> that's the question he, why would she choose the occupation of it teaching. it's real and it's-- ted, and-- >> i've got to get this out. i've got to get it out. what happened is this school district had this woman independently tested in 1997, found out that she did in fact suffer from this, and all of a sudden. >> greta: you know what we're going to have a screening on you, we're going to have a screening on you. >> hold on, guys, we get to 2009 and she goes to some of the parents, tell them about a course eliminated and as a result decided to send her back to the junior high school and she had been in the high school for 35 years. >> greta: help me. >> and a good ada claim. >> greta: i'm sitting next to him, almost like terrified, help he me. >> i forgot how much i missed ted, greta. that was a beauty. listen, it's just one of those times i had to make sure this wasn't the april fool's packet and i'm embarrassed to be a lawy
had a couple of tough years in football, comeback year based on what, the defense. this guy is the heart of the defense. it was-- >> he's a great player and he'll continue to be a great champion and he has to deal with-- >> the nfl? >> i don't think so, a winner is the winner, a professional team. >> what does it say about society, constant lying and cheating? >> and do you realize there's an arizona cardinals fullback who said i knew her, she was tall. >> and what's wrong with people? >> and building on it, on the story. but there's more to this and we'll see what's happening going forward. >> sean: good to see you and watching "the five" every day. >> thank you. >> sean: and the president's assault on your second amendment reports is met with fear and resistance across the country and i'll be joined with the state officials, and two are accusing the white house plan of being racist, we'll play those outrageous remarks and we'll get reaction tonight as juan williams faces off against david limbaugh all straight ahead tonight here on hannity. say farewell to the smell with t
we begin that jodi arias' defense team admitted she committed this violent murder. here we are 24 hours later she goes to salt lake city for two different reasons, number one to have a first date with a man, that was established earlier on in the court case, and the second reason is to meet this friend of hers, while she's talking to the friend, she's talking about travis, and yeah, i think we'll be friends forever and our kids will play together, but she knows he's dead at the time and eerie to hear that. and the prosecutor kept talking to this woman you know her well, yeah, i do know her well, meek and mild and can't imagine her doing well. do you know jody well enough she would do this and put one of the pornographic pictures, i can't describe it in a different way, but pornographic and the courtroom is weird and the woman looked shocked, no i'd never she'd do this and how about this, no, i didn't know she'd do this. how about this and showed a picture of travis alexander on the floor murdered and she didn't tell you she murdered travis, that's how he rested his case, pretty dr
. today the pastor taking the stand in his own defense. joining us are defense lawyers, ted williams and bernie. bernie, first do you, do you think he regrets taking the stand, the pastor tonight? >> in a homicide case you never ever ever ever, i don't know if i'm clear, ever want to call your client. you have to be losing the case so bad at that point that it's the last ditch effort. i don't know if he regrets having the clients on the stand and get off and almost relieved you know what at least i got on the stand and told my story. the way it came out he got caught up and jammed up in very, very bad stuff. >> greta: ted? >> i'm like bernie, never want to put your client on the stand, but this guy may very well have helped himself today on the stand because clearly, what i found troubling is that he was on trial for killing his second wife, but they allowed the judge did, apparently, a lot of testimony to come in concerning the killing of his first wife. and as a result of that. >> greta: that hurts. that hurts. no defense lawyers wants that. >> and greta would go ouch, that really
under control? you could say republicans wouldn't give in on defense, these kids are going to be screwed or whatever. but to use them to your advantage, to make the point unless we get the spending under control, these kids will be left with the bill. >> the president is very talented. i'd love to spend money, but it's the republicans' fault and i got the kids up here to prove it. that is a little bit of stretch. >> neil: you do it like the village of the damned sort of thing, they slowly and sadly accept their fate? >> all of those kids on stage, by the time they are 65 they will owe about a million dollars at the right. forget about $52,000. one million dollars in the text ten years, we'll spend $4 trillion in bondholders and 2022 we'll be spend much more. >> neil: what is the likelihood of these kids they will never see social security or see medicare or medicaid? >> the likelihood possibly they could, but what kind of money will it be paid out in? it will be monopoly money. the money that you would have to make, it wouldn't matter. here is the $700 and loaf of bread is $800. technica
." that is coming up. some republican lawmakers are gearing up for the defense of the second amendment. >> there are several of the executive orders that appear as if he is writing new law. that can not happen. we struck down once, the court struck clinton down for trying this and i'm afraid that president obama may have this king complex sort of developing. we're going to make sure that it doesn't happen. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. my i feel so much younger.tly changed my life - my husband has his confidence back. and he can enjoy the laughter of our grandkids again. i can have fun with my friends again. feeling isolated? ready to reconnect? the aarp hearing care program provided by hearusa can help. call hearusa at ... for a free hearing check-up. plus, receive a free $50 dining card when you get your free heari
a senior defense official that an american c-130 plane carrying evacuees has left algeria and headed to the air base in italy. a senior air defense official tells that the u.s. military will provide aircraft and begin airlifting french troops into mali been the next few days, possibly as soon as monday, megyn. >> megyn: wow, all right. jennifer. thank you. for more this hour we're joined by colonel oliver north, a military analyst. what a situation, now as she points out even officials on our side said it's very hazy, never something so hazy, as we know from the latest reports, they took about 132 hostages and about a hundred have been released and others are held including americans and now, they want to deal. your thoughts? >> well, first of all, there's not going to be a deal. almost all hostage situations there's going to be some kind of offer of an exchange, except in cases like danny pearl where they simply want to kill, in this case an american jew. one of the things i think this ought to serve to do is wake us up to the lie that we've been told ever since last may that al-qae
it secretary of defense but the 49ers had a good defense. it's the same word and spelled the same way and pronounced differently. >> kimberly: linguist. >> eric: you couldn't say de-fence. de-fence. >> kimberly: i brought out my new shoes for the 49ers in hon for of the niners, brought out my red shoes and that is something significant to talk about. >> bob: $16,543. >> greg: no, $1300. >> kimberly: julia will get them as part of an entitlement program. >> bob: harbaugh coached against each other in 2011 when the 49ers were defeated -- excuse me. yeah, raiders defeated 49ers 16-6. jim and john are going to be up against in the bro-bowl. dabs one of the guy -- >> dana: one of those guys isn't liked, right? one of them has a bad reputation? >> kimberly: they're both good dudes. their parents are still alive, god bless them. the mom will go for the younger brother and the dad for the older brother. >> dana: that is an angle for a morning show. >> eric: i heard you invited bob to come watch a football game. >> kimberly: not us. >> eric: stay for the second one? >> dana: no, he didn't. he
for our way of life, nor will we waiver in its defense and for those who seek to advance their aims by inducing terror and slaughtering innocents, we say to you our spirit is longer and cannot be broken. you cannot outlast us and we will defeat you. >> sean: and thereafter, america has become arrogant, he said. >> yeah, look, first of all, i want to compliment the president. i think it was wise for him to reject the goal that he laid out during the campaign of closing gitmo and find it open four years later. and wise to seek the patriot act and wise to go on the drone program built by president bush and expand it what his predecessor put into development to expand the range of these important tools. he was wise to look at what happened in iraq with the surge and apply it to afghanistan. now, he was -- he made big mistakes, he's ceded support and position in iraq to the advantage of iran and he is in my opinion going to prematurely withdraw our forces from afghanistan, but president obama did what candidate obama said he would not do and that's largely keep in tact the anti-terrorism
tide across the country of pro-life legislators for bigging up the flag and advancing the defensive life and law. >> relentless attack on the street services. i expect that to continue on the state level. >> happy anniversary, baby. >> crr is taking heat over an ad meant to mark 4th anniversary of the rode six entitled "happy anniversary, baby." they say the use of the word "baby" and tone inappropriate for a serious of topic. but it's one of a series of celebrity ads that encouraged thousands to sign on to what is called the bill of reproductive rights. this is playing out against a backdrop of a new documentary with a reference to the shooting death of dr. george tiller who performed late term abortions. in the film, one of the doctors say they have been at war since roe, except there is only one side that has been fighting. bret? >> bret: we usually hear from the president on this anniversary. what is the white house saying today? >> the president said today his administration continues to work toward minimizing the need for abortion. adding that the government should not intrude
boyfriend in self-defense. >>> you saw it unfolding live. the dramatic rescue of a woman trapped for hours between two concrete walls. how did she get there? we may learn the answer "happening now." jon: back to our top story. we're awaiting president obama's new gun control proposals. the president is expected to caller to the most sweeping changes to gun laws in years, if not decades, prompting concerns among supporters of gun rights in this country. good morning to you. i'm jon scott. jenna: i'm sure glad you're not stuck between two walls. that would put a damper on the show. jon: would make it difficult to get here and do the research. jenna: we'll try to get answers on that story. hi, i'm jenna lee. in less than an hour the president will outline his efforts to curb goon violence. he is expected to ask congress to ban military-style assault weapons. many of you have questions exactly what those weapons are. we'll talk a little bit about that in the program. also on the list, suggestion to ban high-capacity magazines as well. the white house also made it clear the president will act u
mile to assure the russians about future u.s. missile defense moves. >> after my election, i will be more flexible. >> it's going to be harder this time. i don't see where u.s./russian relations can productively go. that's going to be a big problem for the president, starting, of course, with syria. but ooh ran is the even bigger issue that is undecided. we have gotten some russian help, so far on iran. but it doesn't mean we will get russian help with the next step. >> the arab spring signaled the fall of middle-east leaders with whom u.s. officials had, for 30 years, cultivated careful relationships. president obama called on hosni mubarak to step down. >> a change must take place. >> allocated u.s. resources for a no-fly zone in libbia, leading to the killing of moammar khadafy. but while calling for bashir al-assad to step down, a war continues. >> overall, president obama's legacy toward the middle-east is one of limited american activism. that is carcaturd by how we handled egypt, libya, syria, iraq. >>. >> there are unanswered questions about the investigation into the
's the word today from our defense secretary leon pa net attachment france unleashed its air and ground assault on islamic extremists in the nation of mali last week. those militants largely control the country's north. yesterday they took a town in central mali. investigators say many of them do have ties to al qaeda. today secretary panetta warned they could still pose a dangerous threat to the united states. >> the fact is that the war on terrorism continues. >> we have made good progress. we have underline the ability to conduct but the war on terrorism continues. >> same time, the french announced that they are expanding their own troop presence in mali from roughly 800 soldiers to roughly 2500 that is a big up. jennifer griffin at the pentagon. there is still a chance that the u.s. might provide more than just intelligence; is that right? >> that is right. u.s. warplanes could soon be landing in mali. transporting french troops into the fight. we are looking hard today at the air lift question helping them transport forces from foreign policy and from the area into the theater. >>
proliferate. ♪ protect your mouth, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >> with president obama's second term officially underway as of today, the white house says it's ready to tackle reform, gun control and the nation's debt. in the first term the president and congress didn't seem to agree on much of anything and this very issue seemed to dig them deeper into conflict. four more years of president obama, what could that look like? and thomas, a contributor for forbes magazine and when it comes to politics, an interesting background. thomas the press secretary coordinating congress and the oval office and you've had experience on weekends like this. what indications are you seeing about what the next four years will look like? >> well, it's really happening, it's actually not happening on capitol hill. it's happening with obama for america. today, obama for america, the president's very effective political infrastructure, became organizing for action, a 501 c-4 education organizati
's defense was he was an abused child by the father. physically abused, right? >> well, that was never actually proven. >> bill: it wasn't? >>. no the mom did confirm that he was abused. >> the stepmother. the stepmother also lied. bill will there was suspect of that. >> what the prosecutors brought up is not just this one violent act. >> bill: the kid was a violent kid? and then i understand the judge said that kid waited. he planned it. he plotted it. >> thought the dad was asleep. he knew what he he was doing. he may be able to get out earlier and depending and be held in a facility where he gets counseling. >> bill: american taliban guy john walker lind. remember him? he wins an outrageous court decision. also we have brand new bill o'reilly.com poll for you. are you ready to forgive lance armstrong for doping and lying? yes or no? bill o'reilly.com. and the factor will be right back. >> bill: continuing with is it legal. johnny michael span was killed in afghanistan by the taliban. participating in that action was an american. john walker lind who pleaded guilty in 2002 and senten
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